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Independent Star-News (Newspaper) - July 26, 1959, Pasadena, California (Trademark [SuiiOpeng Firm Asks Verdict IP The bone of contention In a in U. S. District Court is a double-decker ham- sandwich. I Robert C. Wian Enterprises, ol Glendale, has directed I the suit alleging trademark in- Ifi-ingement of the Boy" (name and emblem in the res- Btaiirant business against Har- tley McDowell, individually and las operator of a Bismarck eat- iing place known as the Big 1 Boy Drive-In. The California concern al- I leges it holds trademark I rights to "Big Boy" as applied [to sandwiches in the rcstau- I rant business on the grbund (that Robert C.. Wian of Glen- Ida le, the concern's predeces jsor, in 1936 developed a new 3 type of double-deck sandwich, I called it "Big Boy" and regis- I tered a trademark to that ef- I feet. In 1946, the c o m pi a i n says, formed a corpor- ation which acquired his private restaurant business a ml. by 1956 hart developed a chain of 12 Big: Boy eating places In Southern Califor- nit (hat did a 55-million bus- iness. In recent years, the com- plaint continues, the corpora- tion has granted franchises to use the Big Boy name. It al- leges McDowell In 1954, with- out its leave, established the Big Boy Drive-In here and be- gan selling a double-deck ham- burger sandwich lie called Big Boy. The corporation asks the court to restrain him from further use of the Big .Boy name in his business, that he be required to report profits from sale of. products under tlic Big Boy name, and that il luive judgm.ent for that amount. INDEPENDENT, STAR-NEWS, SUNDAY, JULY II, Ike, Congress Study Income Tax Reforms WASHINGTON 'Both Congress and the executive branch are embarking tensive and broad studies with major findings are expected a.vjew to making major (ong- in the federal tax system. President Eisenhower said this week that he hoped the studies will poiht up how to bolster federal revenues with- out increasing tax rates. Chair- man Wilbur D. Mills (D-Ark.) announced -previously that his House Ways and Means Com- mittee was digging into the tax reform question. No early proposals are ex- pected from (he administra- tion. The President has given up hope of putthigf through reductions before his White House term expires in Jan- uary, 1961. wirmhoto, CASTRO WARMS UP-Fidel Castro, wearing a baseball uniform, takes some warm-up pitches before start of an exhibition baseball game Friday night in Havana. The Cuban strong man pitched one inning of the game, which was played as a benefit for Cuba's agrarian reform program. Castro.wears the uniform of the "Bar- budos" army team, meaning "Bearded Ones." A crowd of watched him retire the opposing police team in order. Judge Orders School to Admit 12 Negroes ALEXANDRIA, Va. ff Federal District Judge Albert V.' Bryan yesterday ordered the Arlington County School Board to admit 12 mpre Negro children to three former all while public schools. Bryan added seven more Ne- groes to the four previously admitted to the Stratford Jun- ior High School; he said four must be admitted for the first time to Washington Lee High School and one to Patrick Henry Elementary School. The judge found that the school board, in denying the applications ol 22 Negro child- ren recently, had not applied its assignment criteria equally to both races. He ruled, how- ever, that the criteria used by the board, when uniformly ap- plied, are still valid. Driver Killed ill Auto Row DETROIT Police said five white men beat a 32-year- old man to death yesterday in a street fight following a minor traffic Incident. Doctors said the victim, Clyde W. Hardman of suburb- an Inkster, suffered a broken neck. An autopsy was scried: uled'to determine cause of death. Police said Hardman might have been run over by a car after the beating. Yes! We Have pJGrfl Air Conditioners Frigidaire Mitchell Chrysler Amana I PRICES' I York Fedders REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING HEATING Ptraonal en every- thing we sell 75 N. Raymond, Pasadena SY 5-0661 MU 1-6879 Good Service tiai built our business Famous Mill's Overstock I We scooped yards of these high count COTTON PRINTS Grant's Low Price 33 If you're nimble with a don't mils rhit. Rush In for your choice. You've never teen inch on orroy of imort prlnli. If On Bolts Would 59c- 1.00yd. Pasadena. Shoppers Prefer Downtown Pasadena In addition, administration! tilnking on specific reforms is tar from crystallized, and no before late 1960. What bothers the President and his fiscal advisers about ihe presenf individual Income tax arrangements can be dem onstrated with two figures: Individuals' Income are expect- ed to total billion or more in 1950. But only billion or so will be subject to federal income tax. The gap is not unusual. Simi- lar, data for past years show taxable income ran below 50 per cent of personal income. Administration tax experts feel that too much income may be r'gctting away" tax free There are countless "lega loopholes" which reduce indi tax liability for one rea- son or another. The President and his key advisers are concerned be- cause they believe federal revenues must grow to cover government spending and at the same time permit reduc- tion of the national debt. Getting more tax revenue out of a given volume of in come is what the President meant by "broadening the tax base." He did not mean, it was emphasized, adding new tax- payers to the rolls. Fogg Graduates Peter H. Fogg, 1516 Hard ing Ave., Pasadena, has been graduated from the Chinese Mandarin language deparlmeni of the U.S. Army Language School in Monterey, Calif. Snap Curl Cold Wave Complete Haircut Shampoo Set NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Cream Oil and Lanolin COLD WAVES Helent Cuetiss Rayttte Complete with Hair Cut, Shampoo and Sef 45 5. Garfleld, Pasadena SY 2-0552 FKEC CUSTOMER PARKING 144 f. Otwn it. 2 FINAL DAYS! SUNDAY MONDAY OPEN SUNDAY II A.M. TO 5 P.M.... MONDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE HOME THINGS msr TREMENDOUS BUYS! LOOK WHAT YOU SAVE Hem Wai NOW sa fe ToWe pole Bed Frame, 4 Drawer Chest.'. 6 pc. Bunk Bed, maple. 3 pc. Bedroom Sef, blond 5 pc. Bedrm. Set, char. 5 pc. Bdrm. Set, walnut 5 pc. Becfroom Set, char. 5 pc. Bclrm. Set, walnut 5 pc. Bdrm. Set, maple. 5 pc Bdrm. Set, maple. Box Spring Mart Box Spring Mall Simmons Matt... Orthopedic Matf. 3 pc. Bronzelone Dinefle 5 pc. Dinette. 7 pc. Dinette. 7 pc. Bronzelone Dirtelle 5 pc. Maple Din. Room 5 pc. Walnut Din. Room 7 pc. maple Color magic in CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Twin or Double Size Velvety soft, closely tufted, with a look of luxury that usually costs several dollars 'more. Value-wise homemakers will snap these up, so you'd better come early. They're exceptional buy? Plenty of Parking With Minimum Purchase W.T. GRANT CO. 268 E. Colorado DOWNTOWN PASADENA MAPLE DEPT. CLOSE-OUT SALE! SAVE UP TO 60% ON FAMOUS BRANDS. FIRST COME11 FIRST WE HONOR ALL CREDIT CARDS! NO MONEY DOWN...36 MONTHS TO PAY! EST. SINCE 1924 HUNDREDS OF BUYS NOT LISTED! ALL QUANTITIES LIMITED! FIRST COME...FIRST SERVED. STORE HOURS: MON. FRI. NITES TIL 9 PM. SUN. 11 TO 5 P.M.-DAILY 9 TO 6 P.M. FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE! PASADENA'S LARGEST DISCOUNTS FURNITURE Eitabfiihcd Srnco 1924 30 N RAYMOND AVE. PASADENA ;